All that was missing from the ad was a horse's head.
The 501(c)4 social welfare group, A Better America Now, told the IRS it did not spend any money on "direct or indirect political campaign activities ," yet at the same time told the Federal Election Commission it had spent about $65,000 urging people to "vote against" Pete Gallego, a Texas candidate for Congress.
Watch Big Sky, Big Money, an investigation with Marketplace on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. By Kim Barker, ProPublica, and Rick Young and Emma Schwartz, Frontline Oct. 29, 2012 This post was co-published with PBS' Frontline. The boxes